Michigan Population Estimates, 1990-2017
By Hispanic and Non-Hispanic Origin
Central Michigan District Health Department

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Year   Hispanic Origin   Non-Hispanic Origin Total
  Number  
   Number      Percent      Number      Percent  
2017 4,957 2.6% 184,193 97.4% 189,150
2016 4,834 2.6% 183,994 97.4% 188,828
2015 4,784 2.5% 184,045 97.5% 188,829
2014 4,589 2.4% 184,074 97.6% 188,663
2013 4,443 2.4% 184,515 97.7% 188,958
2012 4,337 2.3% 185,533 97.7% 189,870
2011 4,159 2.2% 186,664 97.8% 190,823
2010 3,930 2.1% 186,878 97.9% 190,808
2009 3,787 2.0% 187,097 98.0% 190,884
2008 3,687 1.9% 187,726 98.1% 191,413
2007 3,642 1.9% 188,964 98.1% 192,606
2006 3,502 1.8% 189,807 98.2% 193,309
2005 3,372 1.8% 189,587 98.3% 192,959
2004 3,279 1.7% 189,469 98.3% 192,748
2003 3,240 1.7% 188,392 98.3% 191,632
2002 3,126 1.7% 186,882 98.4% 190,008
2001 3,011 1.6% 185,373 98.4% 188,384
2000 2,750 1.5% 184,239 98.5% 186,989
1999 2,331 2.5% 182,610 196.5% 184,941
1998 2,157 2.4% 180,085 196.6% 182,242
1997 1,991 2.2% 177,370 196.8% 179,361
1996 1,886 2.1% 174,889 196.9% 176,775
1995 1,734 2.0% 171,851 197.0% 173,585
1994 1,609 1.9% 168,863 197.1% 170,472
1993 1,528 1.8% 166,008 197.2% 167,536
1992 1,465 1.8% 162,638 197.2% 164,103
1991 1,390 1.7% 159,711 197.3% 161,101
1990 1,347 1.7% 155,795 197.3% 157,142

Notes:

Number: Population estimates as of July 1 for the specified year.

Percent of total population.

Source: Table prepared by the Division for Vital Records and Health Statistics, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services using Population Estimates (latest update 6/2018) released by the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. For more information about these estimates produced by the U.S. Census Bureau under a collaborative agreement with NCHS, see the NCHS bridged-race methodology.

Last Updated: 09/12/2018